Division of Labor Standards
On-Site Safety and Health Program
3315 W. Truman Boulevard, Room 205
P.O. Box 449
Jefferson City, MO 65102-0449
The Division of Labor Standards’ On-Site Safety and Health Consultation Program can assist you in making your workplace safer and help avoid costly penalties imposed by OSHA. The service is designed for small employers (less than 250 employees on-site, no more than 500 employees nationwide) in high hazard industries. Our safety and health consultants provide an OSHA-type “mock” inspection at the workplace, for free and without assessing any fines or penalties (OSHA fines for serious hazards found in the workplace increased from $849 to $2,014 per hazard). The employer always sets the scope of the visit, so the consultation can include the entire workplace or it can be limited to a specific area or phase of the workplace. Your only obligation is to correct the hazards identified by the consultant.
During the walk through, the safety and health consultant will identify and discuss any potential hazards and suggest the best and most cost - effective solutions. Consultants also can provide training and assistance in the preparation of site-specific written safety and health programs. SIGN UP TODAY!
Want to save even more money? Join our Safety and Health Achievement Recognition Program (SHARP). Become exempt from OSHA targeted inspections for up to two years, reduce your insurance premiums, cut out-of-pocket expenses and decreased workplace injuries.
OSHA LOCAL AND REGIONAL EMPHASIS PROGRAMS
CONFINED SPACE PROGRAM
EMERGENCY ACTION PROGRAM
EXPOSURE CONTROL PLAN
HAZARD COMMUNICATION PROGRAM
HEARING CONSERVATION PROGRAM
ENERGY CONTROL PROGRAM
PERSONAL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT PLAN
RESPIRATORY PROTECTION PROGRAM
ELECTRICAL HOT WORK PERMIT SAMPLE
The following industries and program areas are emphasized priorities for Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) compliance. The On-Site Consultation Program is qualified to assist small businesses in these industries and in dealing with the emphasis initiatives below.